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Re: Shell scripting mode

From: Adrián Martínez Larumbe
Subject: Re: Shell scripting mode
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 15:26:54 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.3 (gnu/linux)

This is a short wishlist I've compiled that pretty much sums up
everything I was looking for when I wrote the post:

- Code completion of shell bultins and previously defined functions
        (I guess this could be done by writing a wordlist for autocomplete mode)
- Navigation: imenu, buffer definitions, etags, gtags?
        (I'm wondering whether etags has shell scripting support, I'll
        look this up myself)
- Flymake for shell
        (There seems to be a mode for this on elpa repositories)
- Interaction with lower process
        (It'd be awesome if I could send arbitrary regions into the
        shell for immediate execution)
- Online Documentation of shell builtins
        (I guess the best way is turning to woman and reading the
        matching section)
- Yassnippet library
        (The sh scripting mode that ships with emacs has predefined
        functions for skeletons of common constructs, but I think this
        is unnecessary if you put it all into a yasnipet mode directory)

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